STS-123 Flight Day 13 Image Gallery

  • Astronaut Robert L. Behnken› View High-res
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    S123-E-008742 (22 March 2008) --- Astronaut Robert L. Behnken, STS-123 mission specialist, participates in the mission's fifth and final scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the spacewalk, Behnken and astronaut Mike Foreman (out of frame), mission specialist, attached the shuttle's Orbiter Boom Sensor System (OBSS) to the S1 truss on the station, released launch locks on two of the Harmony module's common berthing mechanisms and install trunnion covers on the Japanese Logistics Module -- Pressurized Section. The spacewalkers also performed other tasks including an inspection of the starboard Solar Alpha Rotary Joint (SARJ) and installed the Materials International Space Station Experiment 6 (MISSE-6) on the outside of the European Space Agency's Columbus laboratory.

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    S123-E-008737 (22 March 2008) --- Astronaut Robert L. Behnken, STS-123 mission specialist, participates in the mission's fifth and final scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the spacewalk, Behnken and astronaut Mike Foreman (out of frame), mission specialist, attached the shuttle's Orbiter Boom Sensor System (OBSS) to the S1 truss on the station, released launch locks on two of the Harmony module's common berthing mechanisms and install trunnion covers on the Japanese Logistics Module -- Pressurized Section. The spacewalkers also performed other tasks including an inspection of the starboard Solar Alpha Rotary Joint (SARJ) and installed the Materials International Space Station Experiment 6 (MISSE-6) on the outside of the European Space Agency's Columbus laboratory.

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    S123-E-008728 (22 March 2008) --- Astronaut Gregory H. Johnson, STS-123 pilot, uses a computer on the middeck of Space Shuttle Endeavour while docked with the International Space Station.

  • Astronaut Robert L. Behnken› View High-res
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    S123-E-008509 (22 March 2008) --- Astronaut Robert L. Behnken, STS-123 mission specialist, participates in the mission's fifth and final scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the spacewalk, Behnken and astronaut Mike Foreman (out of frame), mission specialist, attached the shuttle's Orbiter Boom Sensor System (OBSS) to the S1 truss on the station, released launch locks on two of the Harmony module's common berthing mechanisms and install trunnion covers on the Japanese Logistics Module -- Pressurized Section. The spacewalkers also performed other tasks including an inspection of the starboard Solar Alpha Rotary Joint (SARJ) and installed the Materials International Space Station Experiment 6 (MISSE-6) on the outside of the European Space Agency's Columbus laboratory (top). Earth's horizon and the blackness of space provide the backdrop for the scene.

  • Astronaut Garrett Reisman› View High-res
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    ISS016-E-033436 (23 March 2008) --- Astronaut Garrett Reisman, Expedition 16 flight engineer, works on the completion of the installation of the EXPRESS 3 rack in the Columbus module following its transfer from Destiny.

  • Astronaut Leopold Eyharts (ESA)› View High-res
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    ISS016-E-033637 (23 March 2003) ---European Space Agency astronaut Leopold Eyharts, STS-123 mission specialist, and astronaut Greg Johnson, pilot, perform work at the robotics work station in the U.S. laboratory, Destiny.

  • Astronaut Mike Foreman› View High-res
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    S123-E-008424 (23 March 2008) --- Astronaut Mike Foreman, STS-123 mission specialist, helps to tie down the Orbiter Boom Sensor System on the International Space Station's S1 truss during EVA 5 on March 22. The structure at the end of the boom is a transmission device for laser imagery from the laser devices used for scanning the thermal protection system.

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    S123-E-008475 (23 March 2008) --- Astronaut Mike Foreman, STS-123 mission specialist, helps to tie down the Orbiter Boom Sensor System on the International Space Station's S1 truss during EVA 5 on March 22. The structure at the end of the boom is a transmission device for laser imagery from the laser devices used for scanning the thermal protection system.

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    S123-E-008452 (23 March 2008) --- The Canadarm2, or Space Station Remote Manipulation System (SSMS) robot arm, completes the handoff of the Orbiter Boom Sensor System for stowage on the International Space Station's S1 truss. There is no room on the next shuttle flight to launch with the sensor system onboard, so for the first time, it is being stowed on the orbital outpost prior to the undocking of the ISS and Space Shuttle Endeavour.

  • Astronaut Robert Behnken› View High-res
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    S123-E-008575 (23 March 2008) --- Astronaut Robert L. Behnken, STS-123 mission specialist, working with astronaut Mike Foreman (out of frame),assumes an insect-like position not so easily accomplished in Earth's gravity. The two were nearing the completion of the fifth and final spacewalk involving the STS-123/Expedition 16 crewmembers.